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The U-Bar Trail leads into an area of forests, grasslands and canyons as rich in history as it is in scenery and wildlife.

General Information: The U-Bar Trail leads into an area of forests, grasslands and canyons as rich in history as it is in scenery and wildlife. Before the current system of Forest Roads was installed, trails such as this one served as the equivalent of forest highways. They made it possible for Forest Service personnel, ranchers and hunters to move across the many canyons that carve this landscape into a series of rocky escarpments and grassy riparian areas. Portions of the old trail work, including piled rock berms are still visible along steeper sections of the route.
Today, the U Bar offers forest visitors the best means of access into this area of quiet canyons and ridges. The trails are excellent for hiking or horseback riding. The U Bar Trail can provide an enjoyable day hike, if you arrange a car shuttle with a hiking friend, or you may want to take a week off and hike the whole Cabin Loop.

Directions: From Flagstaff, Drive 55 miles south of Flagstaff to Clints Well on FH 3 (Lake Mary Road). Turn northeast on AZ 87 about 9 miles to FR 95. Follow FR's 95, 96, and 321 a total of 16 miles to the trailhead. (FR 95 is closed during winter.)

Elevation: 7,500 feet

Elevation Gain: 200 feet

Distance: 6.5 miles

Usage: Light

Difficulty: Moderate

 
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Coconino National Forest, Arizona


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